And another photo “challenge” from Where’s My Backpack featuring my very favourite theme, Architecture. It was a difficult thing to choose some photos because I have so many. I started at the end of my folders and since most of those are UK based, I ended up staying in the UK for the architecture. You’ll see a variety of full views and details, old buildings and new ones.
The first gallery photos are from outside the larger cities.
Goodramgate shops, in the medieval section of York
The Feathers, Ludlow
Lilliput Lane visitor centre, replica of a thatched roof cottage. Penrith, in the Lake District
Building detail, St. Andrews University, St. Andrew’s, Scotland
Bishop’s Close and Wells Cathedral. The oldest residential street in Britian. Wells, Somerset, UK
Gatehouse, Lanhydrock House, nr. Lostwithiel, Cornwall
Carnavon Castle, Wales
Detail from the Brighton Pavilion, Brighton, UK
Brighton Pier, Brighton, UK
East transept of Rievaulx Abbey
Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Stratford-on-Avon
This gallery has photos from the greater Manchester area (including Salford) and from London.
British Library, London, with the Victorian St. Pancras Hotel behind it
The Victorian Barton Arcade shopping centre, Manchester
Theatre Royal Haymarket, London
Salford Pendleton Co-op in the Pendleton area of Salford, Greater Manchester
London’s new City Hall
Building detail on Corporation Street, Manchester
The Urbis building, built at the millenium, now housing a Football museum, and the Victorian Corn Exchange housing designer shops
Imperial War Museum North, Manchester
Kensington Palace Orangery, London
The city of London has changed and grown considerably around St. Paul’s Cathedral, and there’s no end in sight.
The White Tower from the Tower of London.
You may notice there are not many cathedrals or castles. Let me tell you, it was tempting to use nothing but castles and cathedrals. I held my self to a small taste of them and tried for a variety.
On Flickr, here’s a link to the photos that are tagged with “architecture” and “architectural detail”